CT514 - (GE) Mk-II Gas Turbine Controls

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5 days - 3.2 Continuing Education Units Awarded


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USD 3,495.00



Learn the operations, maintenance and troubleshooting techniques on this control system in a classroom environment as opposed to 2pm Friday afternoon when the demand is high and the unit won't start.

This Seminar is intended for E/I Technicians, Engineers and Operators.

OBJECTIVES
Upon successful completion of this Seminar the participant should be able to:
  1. Competently use the GE Mk-II drawings/schematics normally available on the job-site.
  2. Thoroughly understand the print and identification numbering system used throughout the turbine control system.
  3. Trace out the electrical signals throughout the control system.
  4. Understand the basic theory used with summing devices.
  5. Understand the hydraulic servo-mechanisms.
  6. Given a normal change in operating conditions, describe the proper response of the control system and the response of the individual components.
  7. Understand the appropriate calibration procedures.
  8. Understand troubleshooting sequences peculiar to this control system.
  9. Communicate control problems in a more effective manner.
Seminar OUTLINE
  1. Introduction
    1. Instructor
    2. Seminar Outline
    3. Daily Schedule
    4. Questions
  2. Gas Turbine Theory
    1. Simple Cycle Gas Turbines
    2. Performance Curves
  3. Equipment Overview
    1. MS7000 Gas Turbine
    2. Accessory Base and Auxiliary Equipment
    3. Component Description
  4. Auxiliary Systems
    1. Schematic Piping Diagrams
    2. Device Summary
    3. Lube Oil and Hydraulic Supply
    4. Trip Oil and Control Oil
    5. Gas Fuel System
    6. Fuel Forwarding and Fuel Oil System
    7. Atomizing Air System and Purge
    8. Water or Steam Injection System
    9. Cooling and Sealing Air
    10. Cooling Water
    11. Other
  5. Control Panel Arrangement
  6. Test Equipment
  7. Power Supplies
  8. Control Principles
  9. Control Sequences Using Elementaries
  10. Start Up Control
    1. System Description
    2. Drawings
  11. Speed Control
  12. Temperature Control
  13. Servo Valve Drive Systems
  14. Overspeed / Over Temperature
  15. Protective Circuits
  16. Calibration Procedures
    1. Control Specifications
    2. Start Up Control
    3. Speed Control
    4. Temperature Control
    5. Fuel Control Mechanisms
  17. Troubleshooting
    1. Routine Problems
    2. Case Discussions
  18. Seminar Conclusion